President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said that current changes to trade and investment policies by the government since May 2015 would help Nigeria to diversify its economy, attract more foreign investments and speed up industrialization.
Buhari made this known at the commissioning of two newly-established agro-based industries in Kano.
The President disclosed that the overall effect of these achievements would lead to jobs creation and better living conditions for citizens as promised by the All Progressives Congress (APC).
At the new 1,200 tonnes capacity solvent extraction plant built by Gerawa Oil Mills Limited, President Buhari commended the firm for taking full advantage of the prevailing investment climate in the country.
Buhari, according to a statement issued by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, also commissioned the Fullmark Rice Mills, the biggest rice mill in West Africa, at Kwanar Gunduwawa, Hadejia road.
At both mills, he expressed delight at the wholly-owned indigenous companies and assured agro-investors of his administration’s commitment to creating the right policies for agriculture to thrive.